Monthly Archives: May 2012

How the definition of the word "nation" has been switched

I recently bought a copy of “History of the World War” by Francis March and Richard Beamish (published 1919). It’s interesting to read history from the point of view of contemporaries, before enough time had elapsed to sort things out … Continue reading

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American History X

While visiting a relative recently, she recommended I watch the movie “American History X”. She said it offers a refreshing perspective on racism. I told her that anti-racism is code for “anti-white” and she replied that this movie is anti-everybody, … Continue reading

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